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Join the Surviving Suicide Loss Support Group

Contact: Marti Welborn, 307-401-5070

Date: 3rd Thursday of each month

Time: 6:30 PM

Location: Big Horn Federal, 1701 Stampede Ave, Cody, WY

        (Community Room in the Basement)

Event Dates:




Loss Survivors

Losing a loved one to suicide is difficult and can come with a lot of complicated emotions. There
is support available to help survivors of suicide loss like you, your friends and family cope with
the loss. The aftermath of a loved one's suicide can be full of confusing and painful emotions. If
you are struggling, the Lifeline is always here to provide support.

o Find a support group. You don’t have to cope with your loss alone. There are support
groups specifically for those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

o Do what feels right to you. Don’t feel pressured to talk right away. Do what feels right to
you. If you choose to discuss your loss, speaking can give your friends and family the
opportunity to support you in an appropriate way.

o Write. You may find it helpful to write your feelings or to write a letter to your lost loved
one. This can be a safe place for you to express some of the things you were not able to
say before their death.

o Ask for help. Don’t be afraid to let your friends provide support to you, or to look for
resources in your community such as therapists, co-workers, or family members.

Healthy Park County

The death of a loved one by suicide presents special problems in grieving. There is often more
shock, a greater sense of injustice, more guilt and blame, a heightened sense of helplessness;
and these all tend to complicate the healing process for survivors.


The Surviving Suicide Loss Support Group is a safe place for survivors to share their loss with others who are experiencing similar thoughts and feelings. The group is free to attend, non-religious and open to all survivors
of suicide loss.



Suicide Prevention Resources for Survivors of Suicide Loss


1-800-646- 7322

The organization produces a monthly newsletter and runs the Suicide Loss Helpline (1-800-646- 7322), which is available 9 a.m.–9 p.m., seven days a week. It has also published the guide Pathways to Purpose and Hope, which provides comprehensive information on building a community-based suicide survivor support program.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)



Phone: 877-GET-SPRC (438–7772)


The Samaritans, Inc. (Keene, NH)


NOTE: A confidential, peer-facilitated, closed, support group for those who’ve lost a friend or loved one to suicide. Meetings are held on Monday evenings in Keene. For more information, the time and location, please call 603-357-5510 or email


603 357 5505 (Local)

866-457-2910 (Toll Free in NH)




When life is difficult, Samaritans are here – day or night, 365 days a year. You can call them for free on 116 123 or visit to find your nearest branch. Please note, this phone number is for UK and ROI callers only.

Befrienders Worldwide


We believe in giving a person the opportunity to explore feelings which can cause distress, the importance of being listened to, in confidence, anonymously, and without prejudice. Go to our website to find a helpline by country.

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